Exeter to Heathrow Taxi | Airport Transfer
The idea of travelling can be a little daunting during these times. But with Britway, you do not have to worry about a thing, as we take care of every step of your journey. With our wide range of vehicles, expert drivers and extra COVID-19 safety measures, you’ll be in the safest hands, and always arriving at your destinations on time.
Keeping the pandemic in mind, we have started taking extra measures for the safety of the passengers, as well as our drivers, so that the viral spread is minimised. We check the temperature of our workers and drivers regularly, only assign them two trips in a day, and sanitise the vehicles before and after every trip.
We have also simplified the booking process of our services, for the ease of our customers. There are no hidden costs and the prices are always fair. You can make your booking via our website, over the phone or send an email with the journey details, and we will take care of the rest.
Airport Taxi Transfer between Heathrow Airport and Exeter
The distance from Exeter to Heathrow can be quite tiring for some, as it is long and tedious. That is why travelling with Britway is the most suitable travel option for this route. We will strive to arrive at your destination with plenty of time to spare, perfect for if you are on a tight schedule. A private car is also the best option if you have a lot of luggage or are travelling with multiple passengers, including children and elderly.
A private ride will be flexible as it can be fitted around your schedule, and is available whenever you want it to be. During these times, when Coronavirus is spreading at a high rate, a private cab is the safest travel option, as it reduces your exposure to many people while you travel.
The route between Exeter to Heathrow is about 166-185 miles, depending on the route one decides to take.
The time it will take you for a journey between Exeter to Heathrow
Apart from all the other things that set Britway apart, something else that we give special attention to is our time management. We are always punctual when it comes to dropping our passengers to their destinations on time. It may take a passenger anywhere between 3 hours to 3 and a half hours when travelling with other modes of transport between Exeter and Heathrow. However, with Britway, the travel time can be reduced to just 2 hours and 45 minutes as we hire drivers that have extensive knowledge of the best routes and how to avoid traffic congestion.
Cost of our services
We believe in keeping the charges reasonable for the services we offer, as it is imperative for the company to thrive that the passenger trusts our services to be fair and reliable. We keep the procedure of booking process extremely simple, with no hidden costs for any of the extra safety precautions that are taken by our drivers and our team. The journey from Exeter to Heathrow will cost you about £190.00.
Heathrow – At a glance
The size of Heathrow air terminal and its ability to carry passengers has always been developing since the time it was opened 70 years ago. It has served 8o million travellers travelling to and from everywhere in the world.
The security of the air terminal is remarkable as it is kept up by various units, for example, the metropolitan police just as drone watch. There are also a lot of other services available to the passengers inside the air terminal as well. These include lodging for the travellers, other transportation services and prayer spaces for various religions.
Heathrow – A look back at the history
What used to be an airbase for RAF Heston after World War II was over, was later developed into Heathrow airport for civilians to use and was hugely successful because of the need of the hour. Ever since then, its operations have shifted and changed to accommodate the increasing passenger capacity as flying became more and more popular.
The first aircraft to take off from the airport was called the Starlight, and was an upgrade of the old Lancaster bomber. Heathrow was initially known as the London Airport and was only renamed to Heathrow, as we know today, in the year 1966. Since the time it was first opened for civilians, it has gone through many changes, from its topography to its name. However one thing that hasn’t changed is the fact that it has always been a very busy airport since its opening. Heathrow airport has served over a billion people to date, and continues to do so.